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Comments on the typification of two names in Arundinaria (Poaceae)

Anand Kumar


The paper deals with the second-step lectotypification of two names, Arundinaria maling Gamble and A. pantlingii Gamble.


Arundinaria maling; Arundinaria pantlingii; lectotype; Poaceae.

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